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Call Tool - Make Calls From Home for Hillary DNC House Senate 2016

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Did you know you can help get out vote without leaving the house? The campaign and down ballot races need everybody's help.

At https://www.hillaryclinton.com/calls/ there's a tool, it's fun. You can use it to help House and Senate candidates too! Here's how they explain it:
It’s easy.

You can make a big difference in this race by calling voters today. Help Hillary win from home in just a few easy steps:

Create an account: We need some basic information from you to get started.
Pick a state: Whether it's your home state or a battleground, you'll talk to priority voters.
Follow the script: We tell you exactly what to say — it couldn't be easier!
Here's President Clinton with 5 reasons to help out:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=swN4n3GGh3I
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Democratic friends, There's a huge opportunity here, the generic ballot is now +7 Democratic. It can happen if we all work hard the next 30 days. We have to play like we're 10 points behind.



Please consider helping, with the Call Tool you can make a few calls from home.

https://www.hillaryclinton.com/calls/

Almost every area needs volunteers.

We know how dangerous the Orange Menace is but a lot of voters don't know that Republicans in general support his ideas. If we can get that word out we can see a wave.

Sabato today with Senate rankings:

The Senate now seems likely to be decided by six Toss-up races: Republican-held seats in Indiana, Missouri, New Hampshire, North Carolina, and Pennsylvania, as well as a Democratic-held seat in Nevada. The disparity between these half-dozen races and every other Senate race is clear from Map 2, our updated Senate race ratings.
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http://www.centerforpolitics.org/crysta ... lege-edge/
The Odds of a Democratic Sweep Next Month Are Small But Rising
By Ed Kilgore October 10, 2016 12:46 p.m.

After the wild events of the last few days, the whole political world is awaiting the fallout. The talk over the weekend of the Republican Party somehow replacing Donald Trump as its presidential nominee against his wishes was never very convincing, and will presumably stop after his base-pleasing second presidential debate performance.
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During an extensive discussion at Vox on the math of House Democratic prospects, Jeff Stein quotes congressional election specialist Geoffrey Skelley suggesting a six-point Clinton win would put the House “in play.” By that he means Clinton would carry about 50 House districts currently controlled by Republicans, which should give the Democratic candidates in those districts a crucial advantage. It might not be enough to flip the House, however, in part because some districts have relatively weak Democratic challengers running against well-financed and even popular GOP incumbents, and in part because it’s unclear what Gary Johnson voters will do in down-ballot races. If Clinton gets an actual majority of the popular vote, the odds of a Democratic House will go up significantly.

Such calculations do not take into account the possibility of a massive shift of resources by the Republican National Committee and pro-GOP super-pacs from the presidential to down-ballot races, which could give GOP congressional candidates a lift relative to their beleaguered presidential nominee. And for some time now there has been speculation that congressional Republican leaders might signal a pivot to what is known as a “checks and balances” message that all but concedes the presidential race and warns voters they need a GOP Congress to make sure Hillary Clinton does not do crazy liberal things. Indeed, there are reports today that Speaker Paul Ryan is doing just that.
http://nymag.com/daily/intelligencer/20 ... ising.html

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House & Senate: Democratic candidate 12-point edge if the Republican recently withdrew their support from Trump.
House Democrats believe Trump troubles give them real shot at retaking majority
By Kelsey Snell and Karoun Demirjian October 10 at 6:56 PM
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While a generic ballot tests shows a Democrat up by 7 points over any Republican lawmaker, the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee’s poll — conducted nationwide by the Global Strategy Group — shows the Democratic candidate has a 12-point edge if the Republican recently withdrew their support from Trump. If a Republican lawmaker continues to support Trump, the private polling shows they are at a similar 12-point deficit.

“Voters think not standing up to [Trump] and standing with him are the same thing,” said Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee Executive Director Kelly Ward. “Voters blame all Republicans for creating this monster.”

“The only thing limiting us is our own budget and where opportunities exist in the battle field,” Ward said.

The survey showed than 61 percent of voters said Republicans who decided to withdraw support for Trump over the past few days “lack character and integrity” compared to 39 percent who said those Republicans “are showing character and integrity for standing up to Donald Trump.”
https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/pow ... -majority/

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